2nd update ...... ***UPDATE*** ObamaCare SUCKS!!!!

the below paragraph is included in a letter to the court.... i know I'm not the 1st woman whose been harmed by outrageous premiums, large deductibles & a "small list" of available doctors.  How difficult would it be for Congress to make a law that says women married over 10 years or 19 years get to keep their spouses program? 

I'm gonna file a motion in a Illinois Court on Monday saying due to Obamacare sucking I'm under duress & due to the duress I'm in no mental state to finalize a divorce.  
Making 40-60K a year .... Obamacare premiums NOT affordable. 
my ADHD drug is not included that is $380 a month. 


What should I know about this plan?

  • Lower medical out-of-pocket limit than over 90% of plans
  • Lower drug out-of-pocket limit than over 90% of plans
  • Lower medical deductible than over 90% of plans
  • Multi-state plan may offer in-network coverage out of state
  • Lower drug deductible than over 75% of plans
  • Higher base premium than over 90% of plans
  • Extremely unpredictable costs per prescription after deductible
  • Highly unpredictable costs for health care usage before deductible
  • Extremely unpredictable costs per prescription before deductible
  • Very limited plan coverage before meeting deductible

Does this sound like you?

I'm looking for a plan which protects me from excessive out-of-pocket medical costs
If your past experience tells you that you are a very frequent user of health care, this might be a smart plan for you. BlueCross BlueShield Preferred 500, A Multi-State Plan has among the lowest medical out-of-pocket limits in Virginia. You can expect to contribute to your own health care up to the limit, but the plan protects you from runaway costs.

UnitedHealth to exit Michigan Obamacare

The Detroit News - ‎5 hours ago‎
UnitedHealth Group Inc. plans to exit a third state Obamacare market as the insurer works to stem losses from its struggling Affordable Care Act business. The insurer won't sell policies through Michigan's ACA exchange for next year, according to ...

Insurers warn Obamacare is unsustainable, expect premiums to rise again

AOL News - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Insurance companies and industry analysts are still concerned about the future of the Affordable Care Act. The CEO of insurance provider Aetna says it's still too early to declare the federal health care program a failure but the company "continues to ...

Obamacare is unsustainable and expect premiums to rise again warn insurers

Daily Mail - ‎11 hours ago‎
Another report, by McKinsey and Company showed insurance companies lost money in 41 states in 2014, in the individual market, which includes Obamacare marketplaces. Blue Cross of North Carolina's CEO Brad Wilson claimed a loss of $400 million. 

Insurers: Our Obamacare Losses Will Force Us to Jack Up Rates and Flee Markets in 2017

Town Hall - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
First, go back and read my Monday Obamacare post, which enumerated the latest headaches and failures associated with the Obama administration's unpopular, failing healthcare overhaul. In the face of mounting empirical evidence, Hillary Clinton ...

Insurers Admit ObamaCare Is 'Unsustainable' Without Even More Rate Hikes

Breitbart News - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
The biggest con job in American history lumbers forward, as insurance companies warn ObamaCare will collapse unless even more huge premium hikes are dropped on customers. As The Hill reports, even the Kaiser Family Foundation – which played a ... 

Why Anthem ObamaCare Premiums Will Soar In Virginia As Humana Bolts

Investor's Business Daily - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Next year, the combination of a sicker-than-expected insured group and the end of a temporary ObamaCare program to offset the cost of the sickest patients will send premiums soaring in Virginia, the first state where 2017 rate filings have been made ...

GOP lawmakers press ObamaCare official on 'illegal' payments

The Hill - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
At issue is ObamaCare's reinsurance program, which is designed to protect insurers against high costs for sicker enrollees in the early years of the law. Under the program, the government collects money from insurers and then gives it to plans with ...

Health Law Expert's Dire Obamacare Warning: 'Something Has to Give'

TheBlaze.com - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Many health insurance companies are issuing warnings at increasing rates about Obamacare's financial sustainability in the marketplace after several major companies dropped out of the plans this year. Some insurers say that their companies are losing ... 

Remember Obamacare? It's Still Not Working

The Federalist - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Obamacare isn't working. You wouldn't know it from the scant media coverage, but six years after its passage, federal health-care reform has proven to be exactly what its critics said it would be: a trillion-dollar Rube Goldberg machine that doesn't ...

UnitedHealth to Exit Michigan Obamacare Exchange, State Says

Bloomberg - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, began warning in November that it was losing money on its Obamacare policies and might exit some markets. The ACA relies on private health-insurance companies to offer policies that individuals can buy in ... 

Insurance companies: Obamacare losses are unsustainable

American Thinker (blog) - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Insurance companies who offer policies on the Obamacare exchanges are worried about the financial sustainability of the Obamacare marketplaces and are looking for big increases in premiums next year. If they don't get what they want, many companies ...

Republicans: Obamacare Made Illegal Payments to Insurers

Newsmax - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
The issues ALWAYS stop short of anything tangible happening. Hot air. Somehow we have to get them the message that getting themselves re-elected isn't the only thing we put them there to do. They promised to repeal Obamacare. So far, Only Cruz and Lee ... 

Insurers Losing Money on Obamacare Plans: 'Something Has to Give'

Newsmax - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
I agree health care is way to expensive here in USA. What Obama has done has not helped our nation in any way at all, just stole our hard earned cash and gave it to thieves. Sunk this nation deeper into debt and said he would not leave us with a ...


Your Houston News - ‎19 hours ago‎
"AMAC's reporting of the Obamacare co-op debacle last fall predicted that the country, as a whole, would feel the impact of the collapse of the co-ops because taxpayers are picking up the tab. We also forecast that it would be those individuals and ...

Insurers signaling major ObamaCare premium hikes for 2017 — or taking a hike altogether

Hot Air - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Remember how the last big increases in ObamaCare premiums took place last fall? Good times, good times. The Hill reports that insurers have begun warning that the financial model of ObamaCareremains unstable. Either they need to get approval from ... 

Health insurers freaking out over future of Obamacare

TRUNEWS - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
(TRUNEWS) Health insurers are seriously concerned over the future of Obamacare as many insurers rapidly lose money. Some companies are talking about ditching their participation in the marketplace or dramatically increasing prices, as reported by The ... 

Health insurance premiums to increase dramatically in 2017 as Obamacare inches towards failure

Catholic Online - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - Although insurance companies helped write Obamacare, they cannot turn a profit, even with government subsidies. They are referring to the situation as a "death spiral." Unless premiums increase dramatically, ... 

Virginia Obamacare Update

Bacon's Rebellion - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Anthem Healthkeepers, with 190,000 enrollees in Virginia, is filing for an average 15.8% hike in its 2017 Affordable Care Act premiums. Innovation Health, with 61,000 enrollees, is seeking a 9.4% increase. United Health, with 6,900 members, wants a 17 ...

Insurers step up threats to drop out of Obamacare market, fearing death spiral

Insurance Business America - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
Health insurance companies are getting more concerned about the financial sustainability of the Affordable Care Act. As insurers prepare to file more premium increase requests for the next open enrollment season, a number of their most senior ...

Obama's health-care act encounters another bump in the road: Megan McArdle

OregonLive.com - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
In an earnings call barely a month after executives assured investors that all was going swimmingly, they confessed that they were losing a ton of money on their Obamacare policies and described a pattern that sounded as if consumers were gaming the ... 

Virginia health insurers seek double-digit premium increases

Daily Press - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
"For many, the most you have to pay is a fixed percentage of your income," said Jill Hanken, a lawyer who specializes in health care issues at the Virginia Poverty Law Center. That's because the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, provides subsidies for ... 

The customer is right

Arkansas Online - ‎9 hours ago‎
All across the country, cost-conscious Americans have found a way of their own around Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act, because it's "just not affordable." That's how Robin Herman sums up the problem. She's the owner of a marketing firm in San ... 

Letter: Doctors avoid ACA patients

Charleston Post Courier - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
From all that I know about Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act), it helps those who have never had insurance. I also know that it has not helped some people with serious needs. When doctors and hospitals put off help for individuals on ACA in order to ... 

FOLLY ACA co-ops become endangered species

Paducah Sun - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
The Louisville-based operation - Kentucky Health Cooperative, Inc. - wrote three-fourths of the private health insurance policies purchased last year on Kynect, the state's Obamacare insurance exchange. But like most of the co-ops, as well as many ...

Taxes For Employer Health Plans Getting Renewed Attention On The Hill

Kaiser Health News - ‎Apr 15, 2016‎
The tax treatment of employer-sponsored health insurance under Obamacare is one of the few provisions of the law that Congress has touched since passage. It's also clear that members on both sides of the aisle think the topic needs more work.